- Cannondale Trigger carbon advice
I am looking at getting a Cannondale Trigger carbon (2013 version) as an upgrade to my RZ 120 that I have been riding for the last year.
This would be my 1st carbon framed mountain bike and I was hoping for some advice on the frame. How tough are these modern carbon frames compared to alloy. Do I need to look after it in any different way to my old alloy bikes?
Should I need to worry about hitting the frame on things like rocks?
MikePosted 6 years ago
It will be fine.Posted 6 years ago
Thanks 🙂Posted 6 years ago
as chunky said, will be fine.Posted 6 years ago
Looks a great bike – getting excited now waiting for it!Posted 6 years ago
Mike,how are you finding the bike.I,d be interested to know about any sizing issues.Looks like a very long top tube.Is this a 29r?I,m interested in the 26r.Cheers.Posted 6 years ago
Got the alloy trigger 1 and it’s excellent can’t imagine how good the lighter version will be.Posted 6 years ago
One tip: go at least two weight groups down when setting the Dyad shock.
How about the sizing and geometry eddie.Looks like a long top tube/flat back jobbie to me.Posted 6 years ago
I’ve got the medium 29 and it simply feels right for me at 5’10” with normal proportions. Right to the extent I don’t want to ride anything else, even on the commute to work…Posted 6 years ago
bike not arrived yet ;-(
will update when it does. I was between a medium and large size on the RZ so I am hoping the size will be spot on.Posted 6 years ago
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